Coming soon!

Coming soon!



Renovations progress.
We’re making room for more talent. Wanna join the team?

Renovations progress.

We’re making room for more talent. Wanna join the team?



Another 49mins - Nature.

Another 49mins - Nature.



Our piece of the pie to help celebrate the Adobe Creative Cloud 2014 release. Full details on all the amazing artists involved up on Behance



If you’re a lucky delegate at this week’s Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, get familiar with the new Adobe campaign ‘New Creatives’ because you’ll be seeing it all over the place.Continuing our relationship with Adobe and Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, the print campaign “Welcome to Cannes,” features some of the world’s most awarded and respected advertising illuminati and will be displayed right smack-dab at the entrance of the Palais—the entry point for over 12,000 attendees.Jeff Benjamin worked with Vault49 to turn his face into the “subservient chicken” he made famous for Burger King, and Mike Ebeling also worked with us to interpret his open-source invention that allows paralyzed artists to create art through eye movement.

If you’re a lucky delegate at this week’s Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, get familiar with the new Adobe campaign ‘New Creatives’ because you’ll be seeing it all over the place.

Continuing our relationship with Adobe and Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, the print campaign “Welcome to Cannes,” features some of the world’s most awarded and respected advertising illuminati and will be displayed right smack-dab at the entrance of the Palais—the entry point for over 12,000 attendees.

Jeff Benjamin worked with Vault49 to turn his face into the “subservient chicken” he made famous for Burger King, and Mike Ebeling also worked with us to interpret his open-source invention that allows paralyzed artists to create art through eye movement.





We were proud to be invited by Adobe to tackle the very first WTFIT brief/challenge/whatever the F it is!

A box arrived, delightfully packaged, filled with all manner of junk/treasure, depending on your viewpoint. We eventually saw it as treasure after a few minutes scratching our heads.

Within the box was the simple word ‘FLIGHT’ and instructions that EVERY single object provided had to be used to create the finished masterpiece, on pain of death.

Lots of fun.



Thanks to everyone that came down to the Apple Store Soho NYC last night to listen to us talk about where we’ve come from and where we are going. 



Enjoy the sun without the burn this summer. A piece we created for Kiehl’s to support their sun protection range.

Enjoy the sun without the burn this summer. A piece we created for Kiehl’s to support their sun protection range.



New York’s most recognizable and best-loved dessert truck has received a complete brand overhaul, lovingly hand-painted by the Vault49 team. Full extent of the branding to be revealed soon.